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ENC -10 April 2015 Bordeaux, France ELAASTIC SERVICE PAVING THE WAY FOR SMART CITIES APPLICATIONS
Yves Capelle1, Telespazio France , Toulouse , France
26 av. JF Champollion 31023 Touluse, France firstname.lastname@example.org
ELAASTIC, European Location As A Service Targeting International Commerce, is the name of a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission and the European GNSS Agency (GSA) in the frame of the Galileo 2014-1 calls, within the Space Work Programme. This project aims at building a Worldwide Service providing Location capabilities for LBS and M2M applications. In a first stage, this location service will be based on multi-constellation GNSS and Wifi location capabilities, with advanced Galileo signals processing. In a second stage, it will be further expanded towards more In-door capabilities, targeting Urban applications to better support Smart Cities programmes.
Since 15 years, Location Based Services (LBS) have been a hot topic, mostly handled by ...
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December 30, 2011
FCC Proposes Elimination Of Radio-Television Cross Ownership Rule
In a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM), the FCC again took up the contentious issue of media ownership, proposing, among other things, to eliminate current rules that limit the number of commercial radio and television stations that a single entity may own jointly in a given market. The FCC also proposed to loosen long-standing rules that prohibit cross ownership of broadcast and newspaper outlets that serve the same market. Adopted last Thursday, the NPRM represents the capstone of the FCC's latest effort (begun a year ago) to review its media ownership rules on a quadrennial basis as directed by Congress. The NPRM also addresses issues raised by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in its 2008 decision that vacated or remanded various tenets of the FCC's 2007 order on media ownership as well as a related order, issued by the FCC in 2008, that pertains to media diversity. In concluding tentatively ...